Drivers Stilled By The COVID-19 Pandemic Advised To Lock Their Cars As Vehicle Thefts SpikeWith more people than ever staying home to lessen the spread of COVID-19, their cars, pickups and SUVs are unattended on the streets, making them targets for thieves.
Former Police Chiefs Sign Letter, Outlining Public Safety Crisis Facing DallasDozens of police officers, including former police chiefs, assistant chiefs and deputy chiefs are raising big alarm bells with Dallas about what they see as a public safety crisis.
Cruz Defends Call To Police U.S. Muslim NeighborhoodsDuring CBS This Morning today Texas Senator Ted Cruz defended his proposal to have more resources for U.S. police to "patrol and secure Muslim neighborhoods before they become radicalized."
Police Chief Catches Suspected Burglars In the Act, Makes ArrestsApparently, the chief of the Grand Prairie Police Department doesn't just talk the talk, he walks the walk. The law enforcement leader recently slapped the cuffs on two people allegedly caught breaking into a house.
Arlington Police Chief Works Patrol Christmas DayHe does this so a much less senior officer can be home with loved ones.
Dallas Huey P. Newton Gun Club Plans Open Carry-Type RallyThey’ve lost faith in police. Now a new group is planning to grab their guns and patrol the streets of south Dallas.
Driving Somewhere? There's A Gov't Record Of ThatChances are, your local or state police departments have photographs of your car in their files, noting where you were driving on a particular day, even if you never did anything wrong.
Off-Duty Police Officer Arrested For DWIAn off-duty Fort Worth police officer was arrested Wednesday afternoon on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.
Grayson County Deputy Killed In Line of DutyA sheriff's deputy in North Texas has died and authorities have arrested a repeat drunken driver for allegedly hitting him while he was directing traffic.
DPD Community Policing Plan Not Getting Communal SupportA new plan for the Dallas Police Department puts more officers on the streets. But now, some officers are saying the plan puts them at a greater risk, and could cause crime victims to wait longer for justice.
Security Company Has Irving Lawmaker Seeing DoubleThey have badges and they can carry guns. They also drive vehicles that look so similar to police cars that many people have a hard time telling the difference. A security company operating in Irving has one state representative trying to change the law to force the company to change their look.